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Problem running power point with embedded video file on projector

I have one slide in my PPT presentation that contains video. I am running the show over an InFocus projector. The PPT plays well on the laptop, but over the projector the video file, which is actually a box that covers about 1/4 of the screen, overtakes the entire projector screen and then runs in a choppy fashion, until it finally freezes the screen and then you have to escape out of the whole show to restart. Any info on how to fix would be much appreciated. Thank you.

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    Sachin May 11, 2010

    Have you connected your laptop and projector with a VGA Cable? If yes,then please go to the presentation mode of your laptop and set the resolution for display 2.

    Alternatively, you can point the cursor anywhere on your desktop and rightclick. You will open a display properties box, go to settings and reduce the resolution for Display 2.



    You problems seems to be a display issue. let me know

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Hi,
I too got the same problem once.But some how i had managed to solve it.Actually it is due to the corrupted header of the ppt file i.e the system can read ppt location of the memory but unable to reach the video file .The solution is you just need a powerpoint 2007 file recovery tool.The tool i used is provided here.Why i am recommending the tool is it makes a copy of the ppt and then repairs it .so there wont be any further damage.The demo version is here.If satisfied with demo reach the full version of it as i did ...

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It may be your ppt files are corrupted. To repair the corrupted ppt files you can use powerpoint repair software. It makes use of the advanced algorithms to repair the corrupted ppt files. It provides very simple interface.

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I try to solve what is the problem in ur ppt video presentation.I think u need to reinstall ur software again or try to reinstall windows what u used now or try just to repair only.May be ur software corrupted too.

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